In a revisit to ‘The Florida Project has Failed’, I saw a beautiful side of the America’s petri-dish state. Still bearish though.
On the growing antipathy toward foreigners in Mexico City and beyond.
An act of civil disobedience against Peru’s Covid-19 protocol gets expensive for an international traveler.
How to improve the ineffective messaging in a letter posted around Medellin condemning sex tourism or mass tourism (it’s not clear).
A few less-than-ringing endorsements from recent visitors to Cuba, followed by why I’d still like to go (before it’s ruined).
American expat in Bogota, Matt Rines, offers an ode to the celebrity chef, travel reporter and philosopher on the human condition, Anthony Bourdain.